McGregor's Cat Fence Installation Videos

Make a point of seeing these videos, the best videos available anywhere for installing cat fences. Please note that they relate specifically to McGregor cat fences. Both thorough and brief, they can be viewed in 40 minutes.

So if you are unfamiliar with our fences but want to install one… Or if you have a handyman or landscaper who could if he knew how… Watch these videos or have him do it. It’s not rocket science. It’s just a matter of becoming familiar with a handful of unfamiliar parts.

Subjects covered included installing posts and sleeves, joining post assemblies, installing gates, attaching fencing, attaching the metal skirt, and staking down the fencing.

So watch these videos. You’ll find they provide just about all the information that you need.

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Installing Post Sleeves

This second video shows how to lay out the fence line and how to install post sleeves.

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Joining Post Assemblies

This video explains how to put together the pieces of a post assembly and how to join them securely with self-tapping screws.

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Installing Gates

Here are careful instructions on how to install our cat fence gate kits. Easy pictorial instructions are also provided with each kit.

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Installing Polypropylene Fencing

This video shows how to attach polypropylene fencing to our cat fence post assemblies with zip-lock ties.

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Installing the Metal Skirt

Once the polypropylene fencing has been installed, it is time to install the metal hexagrid skirt at the bottom of the fence. This video shows how to do that.

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Joining and Staking Down the Fencing

This final video shows how to join the polypropylene and metal hexagrid portions of the fence and how to stake down the bottom of the fence with ground stakes.

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An end is a place where the fence butts up against a building, wall, or another fence.